Lhasa Mt. Everest Kathmandu Overland Group Tour -8 Days(G05) 8 days 7 NIGHTS/ 8 DAYS

Package Summary

Duration: 7 NIGHTS/ 8 DAYS

  • Guide
  • Hotel
  • Monasteries
  • Sightseeing
Per Person Cost
Extra Bed
W/o Extra Bed
Single Supplementary
Note* : More than 6 persons please contact.
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We offer 8 days group tour to Lhasa Mt. Everest kathmandu. This tour will be covering important places such as Lhasa, Lhasa City, Shigatse, Gyantse,Tingri, EBC and Zhangmu. So, explore the landscape, monasteries and know the people you have never met before. ... See More+

Package Itinerary
  • Day 1
    Arrival in Lhasa
    Arrive lhasa

    Our staff will greet you at Lhasa Airport/Railway to transfer you to hotel. From Lhasa Airport to downtown Lhasa, usually takes abt 1.5hrs; from Lhasa Railway Station, abt 20mins. After transferred to hotel, the rest of the day you will be free to wander around the city on your own but try not to overtax yourself. The first day’s well-rest is crucial to acclimatize high altitude. Remember to drink lots of water, eat light, and not to shower if you can help it. For our free Lhasa Airport/Railway transfer, pls check the Inclusions for the information of our free Lhasa Airport/Railway transfers.
    Overnight in Lhasa, 3?/4?

  • Day 2
    Lhasa Suburb (B+D)
    Lhasa Suburb

    Highlights: Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery
    Today you will visit totally 2 attractions in Lhasa suburb. In the morning, we will arrange you to see Drepung Monastery. In the afternoon, we will visit Sera Monastery. You will stay long hour on sightseeing today under the fierce sun of Tibet, do arm yourself with sunglasses/ hat/ sunscreen.
    Also a welcome dinner will be held tonight to introduce you to the whole gang that you are going to travel with. We have customers from all over the world. Shall be fun to meet people from different countries, culture and background.Located abt 8km west of central Lhasa, Drepung Monastery was once one of the world’s largest monasteries. The word Drepung literally translates as ‘rice heap’, a reference to the huge numbers of white monastic buildings that once piled up on the hill side. Sera Monastery is located in the northern suburb of Lhasa City. The monastery was named Sera which means wild rose in the
    Tibetan language, because the hill behind it was covered with wild roses in bloom when the monastery was built. From Mon ~ Fri, every afternoon, you ll be able to see monks debating at Sera Monastery.
    Overnight in Lhasa, 3?/4?

  • Day 3
    Lhasa City (B)
    Lhasa city

    Highlights: Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street
    This morning, visit Potala Palace. It is more than 3,700 meters above sea level and it is the highest palace in the world! At the top the palace called golden roofs, you can have a bird-eye view of the whole of Lhasa. In the distance there are undulating mountain ranges, the beautiful Lhasa River, tracts of fields, tree-shaded villages and the glistening Jokhang Temple.
    Afternoon, visit Jokhang Temple, it is the first built during the period of Sontsan Gambo in the 7th century, features Buddhist prayer wheels, reclining deer, golden sutra streamers. You'll find that many Pilgrims pray before the monastery.
    The circuit around it called Barkhor Street, a famous local handmade crafts market, which is a good place to purchase souvenirs.
    Overnight in Lhasa, 3?/4?

  • Day 4
    Lhasa - Gyantse (B)
    Lhasa Gyantse

    Highlights: Yamdrok Lake, Karola Glacier, Pelkor Chöde Monastery with Gyantse Kumbum
    Yamdrotso Lake: dazzling Yamdro-tso(elev 4441m) is normally first seen from the summit of the Kamba-la(4700m). The lake lies several hundred meters below the road, and in clear weather is fabulous shade of deep turquoise. Far in the distance is the huge massif of Mt. Nojin Kangtsang(7191m).
    Karola Glacier: Mt Nojin Kangsang stands tall with an elevation of 7,191m between Gyantze County and Nagarzê County, with several snow-capped mountains over 6,000m surrounding it. Mount Nojin Kangsang is the most accessible glacier site on the Tibetan Plateau. The famous Kharola Glacier (elev 5,560m) is below the south ridge of Nojin Kangsang.
    Pelkor Chöde Monastery with Gyantse Kumbum: the sprawling compound in the far north of town houses Pelkor Chöde Monastery and the monumental Gyantse Kumbum, a chörten filled with fine paintings and statues. Both are deservedly top of the list on most travellers’ must-sees. Palkhor lies at the foot of Dzong Hill. It is well-known for its Kumbum, which has 108 chapels in its four floors. The multi-storied Kumbum Stupa was crowned with a golden dome and umbrella, surrounded with more chapels filled with unique religious statues and murals.
    Overnight in Gyantse,3?

  • Day 5
    Gyantse - Shigatse (B)
    Gyantse Shigatse

    Highlights: Tashilump Monastery
    After arrival in Shigatse, we will first go to apply the Alien's Travel Permit(PSB) with your original passport presented which usually takes abt 30mins before sightseeing. Bear with us.Tashilunpo Monastery is one of the Six Big Monasteries of Gelugpa (or Yellow Hat Sect) in Tibet. Also called the Heap of Glory, the monastery is located at the foot of Drolmari (Tara's Mountain), Shigatse. Founded by the First Dailai Lama in 1447, the monastery's structure was expanded by the Fourth and successive Panchen Lamas. It covers an area of nearly 300,000 square meters. The main structures found in the monastery are Maitreya Chapel, Panchen Lama's Palace and Kelsang Temple. Tashilhunpo is the seat of Panchen Lama since the Fourth Panchen Lama took charge in the monastery, and there are now nearly 800 lamas.
    Overnight in Shigatse,3?/4?

  • Day 6
    Shigatse - Tingri - EBC (B)
    Shigatse EBC

    Optional: Rongbuk Monastery
    Tibet has serious rule about speed-limit. Though from Shigatse to Everest region is only abt 350km or so in book, the no-more-than-40km/hr regulation, and the many road checks dotted on the way, really slow us down. So be prepared to spend around 10~12hrs on the road including meal time. The upside is the view along the way is superb. Get your camera ready. Also prepare some snacks with you to bring along.
    You will arrive at Rongbu Monastery in the late afternoon. The monastery itself is quite tiny, but from here the view of Mt Everest is fantastic. You can choose to just hang around Rongbuk to take photos or visit it at your own expense of CNY 25/person.
    Afterwards, if it’s summer time (usually May~Oct), we will carry on the last few kilometers to Everest Tent Camp to stay the night; if winter time (usually Nov~Apr), we will stay at Rongbuk Monastery’s guesthouse. Both places have but dorm bed lodging available. Both places you can see the glorious Everest sunset if the weather is good.Rongbuk Monastery is located in the Shigatse Region, southwest of the mysterious Tibet Autonomous Region, and to the north of the oblate Mt. Everest, the highest peak in the world. Seen from here, Mt. Everest appears like a lofty pyramid surrounded by mountains that touch the sky. On sunny days, a pile of thick clouds, just like a white flag floats lightly above the peak, which is known to be the miracle of 'The Highest Flag Cloud in the World'. Nowadays, with the golden travel boom to Mt. Everest, Rongbuk Monastery is gradually becoming a highlight for the tourists in its own right.
    Overnight in Rongbuk, Guesthouse/ EBC, Nomad Tent (Dorm Bed)

  • Day 7
    EBC - Zhangmu
    EBC Zhangmu

    Highlights: Everest Base Camp
    We didn’t include breakfast this morning. You will understand why when you’re at the spot. Tibetan breakfast, such as noodle, zanba, etc. abt CNY 30 is available here. You are highly suggested to bring along some cookies, instant coffee. etc. of your own.

  • Day 8
    Departure from Zhangmu (B)
    Final deperture

    Your 8-day Lhasa Mt. Everest Kathmandu Overland Group Tour ends today. After breakfast, transfer to Zhangmu Port.

*Lodgings: 4 Nights, twin room en suite in 3?/4?;
1 Night, twin room en suite in 3?;
1 Night, dorm bed at GUESTHOUSE or NOMAD TENT;
1 Night, twin room en suite at GUESTHOUSE;
*Meal: 6 Breakfasts & 1 Welcome Dinner
*Permit: Tibet Tourism Bureau Permit (TTB);
Alien's Travel Permit(PSB) to be apply in Shigatse with your original passport which takes abt 30mins;
*Free Lhasa Railway Station transfer at all time on first day;
*Free Lhasa Airport pick-up at 12:30pm or 15:30pm from Lhasa Airport on first day;
*Travel-licensed vehicle according to group size & season as itinerary needed including gas and parking fee;
*Guide: experienced local English-speaking tour guide
*Attractions: all entrance fee mentioned in itinerary
*Travel Agency Liability insurance;
*Government Tax;
*Express delivery fee of Permit (eg. SF. Express)
*Food & lodgings for guide & driver;

*Breakfast on Day 07, Lunch, Dinner
*Nepal Visa-on-Arrival at Zhangmu/Kyirong Port, abt USD 25/person
*Private Lhasa Airport transfer if your flight isn’t within our free service time, USD 60/vehicle/time.
*Flight or Train
*China Visa
*Lunch & Dinner
*Optional sights
*Super-fast express delivery of Tibet Entry Permit (eg. China Air Express)
*Additional days caused by unexpected nature disasters. eg. Land Slide, Avalanche, etc.
*Gratuities for guide & driver, abt CNY 50/day for each of them
*Personal expenses
*Personal travel insurance
*Anything not listed in INCLUSIONS

*Zhangmu & Kyirong Ports are currently closed to foreigners, we later will arrange whichever is available at the time.
*Tibet Tourism Bureau Permit (TTB) usually takes about 12-working-day to apply. If you couldn’t provide the required docs & info on time, an extra abt USD 50~80/permit will be charged;
*We reserve the right to change the itinerary order and attractions in Lhasa;
*If you prefer to book your own hotels over those included in our group tour, pls meet the rest of the group at their daily hotel on time. We don’t include the transfers to your own hotels;
*We need to pickup and dropoff all tour members of the group on first & last day from Lhasa Airport/Railway, thus there may not always have guide presence but driver;
*Due to the special nature of Tibet travel, any unforeseeable and unavoidable objective circumstances, including but not limited to natural disasters, war, terrorism, riot, civil commotion, strikes, public health emergencies, government action, major traffic jams, delay or cancellation of flight/train, attractions temporarily closed. etc., resulting in change of itinerary, the increased cost will be paid by travellers; if any attraction visits has to be cancelled due to the same reasons above, GTT wont be hold responsible for refund except certain attraction entrance fee which will be solely decided by GTT.